Arubanopoly: Some Works of Art are Timeless




This was originally posted on February 2, 2006 and in present day is still right on topic. However, in the game of Arubanopoly the rules are ever changing. Sometimes they favor the suspects. Sometimes they favor the tourism. In the end, the rules always favor those with agendas who have the most to ultimately lose when a missing persons case is never solved and the shadow of Natalee Holloway forever haunts Aruba.

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    7 Responses to “Arubanopoly: Some Works of Art are Timeless”

    1. M Dabby on November 29th, 2007 1:44 am

      I believe the winds have changed, because there are no apparent interventions from Ministry of Justice, District Attorney, hired PR experts and collective Tourism industry representation.

      Additionally, the Netherlands has expressed unhappiness about the handling of judicial processes in Aruba and the NA… this new Prosecutor has recently arrived, and is not contaminated with the “towny” Aruban ways. He is young, Dutch, demonstrates a feeling of security and professionalism, and most likely wants to advance in his career, so I expect he’ll try to do it right, within the procedural canons of the Netherlands. Mos could be a reflection of policy changes in the implementation of the judical processes in the ABC islands, something like less “status aparte” and more crown control.

      I am hoping for the best and giving the benefit of the doubt to those in charge of this new stage of the investigation.

    2. Carpe Noctem on November 29th, 2007 3:08 am


      Go to work guys! You need to find our baby!
      We must have her home,
      she belongs here.

      No pressure, right?

      THANK YOU! -j4n

    3. Vicki on November 29th, 2007 8:34 am

      Maybe for once Justice will be served on that VILE place…All Beth has ever wanted was her baby back. It makes me sick thinking about what might have been done to her. I pray with all of my heart that someone has spoken up. I think with the water search, the ppl in high places have said…well, they are gonna find her so we better arrest these three so it looks like we are doing something. Is Anita so stupid,that she is concerned for about her murdering rapist son. Let him rot in jail. I hope they put his sorry butt in general poplation so he sees first hand what it feels like to be fu%&ed….the stupid idiot. Him, his parental figures and that moron tacojoe.

    4. Vicki on November 29th, 2007 10:06 am

      Im sorry for posting the above comment…I dont know why I let myself say those things..I am going to pray for these ppl that God will speak to them and heal their souls. Im truely blessed this holiday season and have no reason to harbor hatred for anyone. It doesnt mean I wont boycott,if Justice isnt served, but Ive had a humbling experience and feel so lucky to be alive and my family also….Please, everyone if we just pray that someone will talk, so there can be closure, it will happen. TES is on there way this morning.God made this happen, so I believe they will bring Natalee home. I hope to see you all in Alabama when that happens. I am going to try my hardest to pray God has mercy on those involved in Natalees fate so she can rest in peace.

    5. richard on November 29th, 2007 3:49 pm

      You’re a nice person, Vicki, but you have no need to apologize for anything that you said.

      One thing we have to keep in mind: Joran was 17 when Natalee disappeared. Accordingly, this might influence any sentencing that happens upon conviction. Maybe EURobert or Rammstein, or some of our Aruban correspondents, can give some idea about this?

      But I don’t feel any sympathy for anyone on Aruba. Just consider the way that some of their media keep spinning the anti-Beth diatribes.

      Boycott Aruba. As if your life depended on it.

    6. brie on November 29th, 2007 4:49 pm

      Vicki, as Richard said, you are a nice person. I like you just the way you are. Better to let some things out and not keep it all bottled up inside. Who can help not getting angry after all the things that been said and done to Natalee and her family.

      And Ditto on #3

    7. Justice for Vicenzo on April 29th, 2008 10:33 pm

      Jose Manuel Vicenzo Tromp, a jail warden vanished
      on the 27 th. of november 2007. Does Joran van der
      Sloot knows where he is?????

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